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THE  WEATHER
...
Twenty
four hours ending fi   u. m.,
May 18.
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Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, May 12, 1911.
���ice Fivk Cents
UNDRED IP
N FAYOR OF
ARMED DEPUTIES PROTECT
STEAMER EDITH FROM MEN
Vessel laden with Canadian coal reaches Cordova.---Commissioner Tucker with a posse of armed deputies kept the
crowd in check.---Threatened to arrest any man who made
disturbance.---Piracy plan is over-ruled, but men may mire
coal by armed force.
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Canadian Press Despatch
Cordova, Alaska, May 12���Despite the threats of the men of
Cordova that they would seize
the steamer Edith, laden with
Canadian coal, and prevent her
from discharging her cargo here,
the vessel was berthed without
demonstration on her arrival
here Inst night A large crowd
of citizens were on the wharf to
peel the vessel, but no disorder
ensued.
Deputies  Were Ready
A large number of deputies
were in waiting, sworn in in preparation for trouble, and Commissioner 0. A. Tucker, who was
in command, announced to the
: before the vessel   drew
alongside, that if there was any
rioutous conduct he would arrest
every disturber. Agent Barry
of the Alaska Steamship Co. and
his men were ready on the
wharf to lend assistance.
Better Council Prevailed
Though there was no disturbance on the wharf, feeling is as
high as ever at the Government
for suspending the coal land
laws. Some of the hotter bloods
had proposed embarking in
launches, armed, and boarding
the Edith outside the three mile
limit, and forcing her to turn
back. Launches were chartered
for the purpose, but better coun-
Bel prevailed. It was pointed
out that the act would constitute
piracy on the high seas. The
fact, too, that the men look on
the steamship company as being
fellow sufferers with them under the laws, made them reluctant to interfere with the vessel.
Mine Coal by Force
There is still a proposal to arm
a body of men, and,  in defiance
of the authorities,   proceed   to
mine coal.    A careful watch will'
be kept after the 2,000 tons of I
coal in the Edith's bunkers are
unloaded, to see that no attempt
is made to make away with  it.
News that a mass meeting is to i
be held  in  Seattle   to   protest!
against   the   suspension of the
coal land  laws in  Alaska,  has
cheered the men.
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| BASEBALL SCORES j
Northwestern League
Vancouver 6, Portland 0
Spokane 1, Victoria 2
.Seattle 0, Tacoma 5
National League
Brooklyn  0, St. Louis 1
Philadelphia 19, Pittsburg lo
Cincinnati 13. Boston lo
Chicago 9, Ncw York il
American League
New York 0, I Ictroit 0
Philadelphia I. Si. Louis i?
Chicago 20, Wellington (i
Boston 7, Cleveland 0
Pacific Coast League
Portland (i, Frisco 2
Los Angeles 9, Oakland 1
Sacramento -I, Ycnnm .'1
ALL FAVOR
ARBITRATION
Four Hundred British Members
Form Committee
ARE OF ALL PARTIES
They Pledge Themselves to Do
All in Their Power to Further
the Proposed Anglo-America
Arbitration Pact.
ESQUIMALT IS ALARMED
EXPECTING BAD NEWS
Denny Brothers, Scotch shipbuilders, cable they will Lot build a
ship yard there---No provision made for warship construction on Pacific Coast in estimates---Are afraid it means the
Government of the Dominion does not intend to build its
ships at that place.
STATIONING COMMITTEE
PRESENTS ITS REPORT
First Draft Gives the Names of  Methodist Ministers
for the Simpson District for Next Three Years
Rev. Chas. R. Sing to Remain Here
(Canadian Press Despatch) Port    Essington-William   H.
Vancouver, May 12���The first Pierce.
draft of the stationing commit-     Kitselas���To be supplied (L. E.)
Uv t'i-the Methodist Conference,    Kitselas   Canyon  and Copper
for British Columbia was issued: River���To be supplied (W. D.)
this morning,   Upon the decision J    Kitzegucia��� George Edgar.
of the Stationing Committee de-     Shuaks���To be supplied (B.R.)
Hazelton -Horace C. Wrinck,
M. D.
Bulkley -J. Walter Guy.
Kispiox -Robert W. Lee.
Hartley Bay-Peter R. Kelley.
Kitamaat���Charles S. Reddick.
Kitamaat West���To be supplied
Kitlope���To be supplied.
China Hat-Lay Agent (G.R.)
Kimstiuit���To be supplied.
Bella-Coola ��� To be   supplied
(W. H. G.)
Bella-Bella-To be supplied (C.
C. S. M. D.)
Ocean Falls���To  be supplied.
Rivers Inlet���To be supplied.
Marine  Waterways Mission-
Da W. Ganton, B. A.
George B. Ridland, George E.
Strachan to attend Columbian
College, Richard W. Large, M. D.
pends tlie fate of which churches
are to get which ministers for
the next three years. The report may be subject to alteration
later. The first draft is as follows:
SIMPSON DISTRICT
Port Simpson���Geo. H. Raley.
Japanese Mission���To be supplied.
Prince    Rupert - Charles  R.
Sing, B. I).
Porcher Island���To be supplied,
Skidegate,  Q. C. I.-John  C.
Spencer, M. D.
Graham Island -To be supplied;
IN, S. W.) under superintendent
��f Skidegate.
Jedway, Q. C. I. To be supplied.
Stewart -Tobe supplied (L.E.)
ALDERMAN HILDITCH IS
ON DECK ONCE MORE
ci
^airman of Streets Committee Has Recovered Sufficiently to Walk to Town This Morning���Congratulates Aid. Douglas   Talks on Labor
THE JURY DISAGREE
Ishibashi to Get Another Trial
Later
(Canadian Press Dispatcl)
Vancouver, May 12. Ishibashi
the Japanese charged with thc
man-slaughter of a fellow countryman by stabbing him while at
work in thc Na;:s river dislrici.
has been put back for trial the
jury having disagreed over their
verdict.
SCRAPPED TO THE STATION
	
Scrimmage   on   Third   Avenue
Concluded at Chief's Shack
Last nielli Phillip Crowley and
P. i toward fell out on Third avenue
near Fifth street. They came to
blows and chased eai li other around
in lively style. The running battle
was kept up until the fighters
reached the Police Station.
Ai Chief Vickers1 Villa ihey
were both taken in charge, and
released on bail of SH) each.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Lordon, May .'U.--A committee
of lour hundred members of thc
British House ol Commons, representing all parlies in lhe House,
have pledged themselves in a
resolution to do all in iheir power
to furtlur the Anglo-American
arbitration treaty.
The eoniniiltet have formed an
orgai isation. li is locked on as a
triumph for peace principles.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch serves
the only real cup custard to be
had in Prince Rupert.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Victoria, May 12. There may
be a hitch in thc shipbuilding
programme which .Esquimalt had
mapped out for itself. Two telegrams received here this morning
have raised the fear thai the
Dominion Government has altered
its plans to build vessels on the
l'acilic coast for the new Canadain
Navy.
Cable from Scotland
The first was a cable message
from William Denny of Dumbarton, one of the firm of Scotch .shipbuilders which were to be associated with the ll. ('. Marine Railway
iu establishing the shipbuilding
plant. It briefly stated that owing
to circumstances which had arisen
the firm ol   Denny   Bros, would
not lie associated with  the enterprise.
Message from Ottawa
The seond message came from
a reliable source at Ottawa. It
is to the effect that no provision
has been made in the estimates
for warship construction on the
l'acilic (Hast. The despatch Bays
thai so far as can be learned the
local firm is not on the list of
tenderers at all.
What Does It Mean
The two messages have caused
consternation in Imsi u->s circles
here, as much had been hoped to
accrue as a it stilt of the building
of the dry-dock and plant. It is
feared   that    tlie   reports   indicate
thai the I tominion (k)\ ernment h.is
given up the idea at present of
building her warships on the Pacific Coast.
EARL GREY COMING
Is to Visit the Province in the
Month  of July
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Victoria, May 12.���Official intimation was received here by
Lieutenant Governor Paterson thai
Karl Grey will visit B. C. in July
He is expected to visit all the
principal points.
Snaps can be picked up again
on Saturday at Scott, Froud &
Co's. Bargain Counter. Several
lines to clear at about half price.
ELECT NEW
PRESIDENT
B. C. Methodist Conference Bestow Yearly Dignity
HONOR REV. A. E. ROBERTS
For the Past Six Years He Has
Acted as Secretary to the
Conference ��� Is a Victoria
Pastor.
For the lirst time since he left
''"' hospital Alderman Hilditch
Waa ">H of doors today. He
*a'l "'I Irom his home to thc city,
11 llo slowly still, and rather in
'whence to his nurses it must
''"'dossed, But with the spirit
''' ' pioneer and old-timer of the
J""1'1-   Alderman    Hilditch    was
'.'''"'"'���'I   to   get   down   town
'"' " only for an hour or two
*'��lo   the   good    weather    lasts.
'"day's Minsliiiie did him a world
*uw, and he was iu good spirits
though feeling rather shaky. Wisely he did not attempt the walk
home.
Having   kepi   in    touch   with
affairs municipal as much as pus
sible during his illness, Alderman
Hilditch was able to comment in
congratulatory terms on the election of Alderman Douglas. His
ever-present thought has been the
street grading and labor problems,
and on his return to thc council
chamber he will gaian champion
his day's labor principles actively.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Vancouver, May 12.���Rev. A.
E, Roberts of Victoria was chosen
this morning for the honor of
being President of thc B. (".
Methodist Conference for the ensuing year. He will succeed Rev.
Newton Powell.
For the past six years, Rev.
Mr. Roberts has faithfully served
the Conference in the capacity of
secretary, and his election came
as a recognition of his faithful
service,
Don't send out of town for
your shoes, ladies. Scott, Froud
& Co. can give you j^e same
value and a better fit.
IS NOW UP
TO BRITAIN
New Zealand and Canada Favor
All Red Route
AN IMPERIAL PROJECT
Will  be  Discussed  at  the  Imperial   Conference   Says   Sir a
Wilfrid   Laurier    Canada    Is
Willing Enough.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Ottawa. May 12.    In the House
of Commons last night Sir Wilfrid
Laurier in discussing the vote for
a subsidized steamship service for
Vancouver to Auckland by thc
Union Steamship company, said
that the New Zealand and Canada
governments were ready to contribute their respective shares towards the establishment of the
proposed All \iii\ route. The
matter now waited on Great Britain and Australia. The Premier
said  the whole question would  be
discussed ai the Imperial Conference.
OFF TO ENGLAND
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and  Party
Left Ottawa Today
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Ottawa, May 12. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, Sir Frederick Borden, and
II in. Mr. Brodeur. Canada's representatives to attend at the Imperial conference, left here today
and will sail tomorrow by the
steamer Virginian for Liverpool en
route to the Coronation.
OFF TO SEE THE KING
Color   Sergeant   George   Leek
Left  by  the Princess May
The C. P. R. S. S. Princess May
came in several hours ill front
of lime this morning, and went
out ai II a.m. taking a number
of .passengers south, among them
was Color Sergeant   Ceorge  Leek
on his way to t lur Coronation,
Commanding Officer Fred Stork,
and Lieutenant Agnew of Earl
Grey's Rifles gave the regiment's
representative a  wharfsldo  send
��� ���IT.
RESULT OF BYE-ELECTION
DOUGLAS IS RETURNED
After Two Unsuccessful Efforts to Win Civic Dignity
Hamilton Douglas Achieves His Aldermanship
by Majority of 23 Over Two Opponents
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
All Invited
This evening at 8 o'clock the
annual meeting of the Prince Rupert Civilians' Rifle Association
will be held in the Government
Buildings. Every young man
should be able to use a rifle and
Mr. Wm. Godson, in the Government oflice, will be pleased to receive applications for membership.
ARE AFTER
CONTRACTS
Railway Builders Besiege City
of Vancouver
C. N. R. CONSTRUCTION
Tenders  Nearly All  in for the
Hope    to   Kamloops   Line
Will   Cost  $15,000,000    Some
Sections   to Cost  $200,000 a
Mile.
Prince Rupert's lirst by-election
I is over, and Hamilton Douglas
is returned at thc top of the poll.
As Alderman II. Douglas he will
take liis seat at the council board
on Monday i ight. He was sworn ,
iu this afternoon.
The election liguns announced
by the city clerk at 7.110 last night
were as follows:
Douglas 1 If).
Alder 51.
Ferguson ll.
There was one spoiled ballot.
New Broom Douglas
I
Alderman     Douglas    expressed j
considerable satisfaction on the
announcement of the result, and
congratulations were showered upon him, by the group gathered at
the City Hall when the announcement was made.
lie expressed his intention to
devote his time to the council
work and declared he would see
to il  that  the rest of the council
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Vancouver, May 12.��� Tenders
close tomorrow for the construction ol the Kamloops to Hope
branch of the C. N, K. It is
estimated the line will cost $!">,-
00(1,000.   Some of the rock sections
will   probably   cost   1200,000   a
mih. Nearly every prominent
railroad contractor in the Wesl is
in the city looking after a contract.
did not get over the score in any
of iheir proceedings.
"Of course I may make my own
mistakes," he remarked, "but I
expect to carry out some useful
improvements in the conduct of
the city's business iii spite of
possible mistakes at first."
Alder Is Content
Mr. Alder remarked that he was
satisfied with things as ihey had
gone. "It will let the citizens
see what they are really up against," he remarked. "Enough
interest was not shown by the
business people in the by-election
anyway, and Mr. Douglas of course
held the labor vole.   I am from a
personal   point  of  view   content
not  tO have been elected, but the
tax-payers   whose   cause   I   was
interested in, Will learn Something
in the course of this year, which
will alter things at next election."
He thanked those who supported
him, and Mr. Ferguson thanked
his supporters also, expressing himself content with the result.
Ladies! Every pair of our Tan
Button Shoes are perfect models.
You should get a pair for the
warm weather and be comfortable.   Scott, Froud & Co.
HANDSOME ARCADE IS
PUNNED FOR RUPERT
Spacious Building,  Richly Decorated and Brilliantly
Lighted Designed for Centre of City -Restaurant, Picture Show and Shopping Place
Every city of any importance I on a space  beneath  the massive
at all has an Arcade.   An attractive cornice.     The   whole   will   be   illuminated at night.
Inside   there   will   lie   stores   of
all kinds opening on to the spacious
occupied    by    the    big    liirnil'irel arcade.    A leading bank has taken
store,  Second  avenue   and   Sixth  premises here, and the arcade will
street.     The  Arcade will   be  onellcad n> a special attraction at the
of    the   show    places   of    Prince far   end.     Here   there  will   be   a
Ruperl. picture show, or "Penny Arcade,"
Brilliant electric lighting is to I and il may be, a lirst class reslau-
be a feature of the building. Its! rani. The' plans of the building
frontage is handsomely designed are now with Mr. J. 11. Kugler
to set off striking advertisements!who is the promoter of the arcade.
Arcade is planned for Prince Rupert.   11 will be under construction
ill  a  lew   weeks on   lhe  site now THK    D AI L Y
The Daily News
Former Iv The 'Pnnce Rupert Optimist
Publiihed by the Prince Rupert Publiihing Company, Limited
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London, England   I    i . igher Syndicate, Grai Building, Trafalgar
Square.
pi... demand that no man be adjudged guilty until his trial is   iver,
and that  u ;��� m in on trial be given the fullest opportui ity i
his i 'nee. , .
li is an axiom of British law that it is better even thatmnety-n
guilty ones ��� ould escape than one innocent person be punishi
Ontario     irts have recendy sent for three witnesses to rurkej
.1,..,.,    . i case which has been tried and a convicdon enti
beca .. the Crown learned afterwards that it was rep-' e
[I,,, defi - iterial had not been heard. It has been thc
Briti_- thai ii would ransack the earth to find
.  : man, evei  while ii was ransacking i
iu;,i .vi . prove his guilt.
j. case, the iroi > ol the situation is the i
i���      ... bility there will be a civil Supreme i
in p ri in the week followii g that in which
ho oi Victi ri.i.
Windsor Hotel
ITH STRB8T
Newl>  Furniihed ��nd
Sleam Heated Roomi
A n!:,7   | | ASS BAH   AM>  DltTOM
R     v ;-, , ONNECTION
RATBS "    ' ^ST;i -tND l'p
FREE   Tu  CIESTS
ROBT. .ASHLAND
P.O. BOX JJ
"Tl.' ���            er, with the law, should aai in    I accused ir:.
until               .           ihould be the friend,  I the  -nemy of the
fi ��� li r. not ti    - ivata life and
tin- ;i--.                    al character.    1" aa it wi       a
K.-a; ���      ��� ��� iblic conscience. "���Henry Watteri
TELL TALE
OF RESCUE
C��� ol Fhh��wJ OriMlul lo
Capt. Macdonald
HAD THRILLING TIME
many are injured, Inn du not \)x
the number. A traiii of doi lors
nurses and volunteer wreckers has
lefl l.eadville for the scene **i th,.
wreck.
The number killed is nol rcnurtwl
Denver (Later)- Two passu ger
are   reported   killed   and   twet i\
seven injured.   The day coach ,,i���
Crawled out of the Cabin Win-   tourisl car are in the river.
clow* to the Keel, and Waved
Tbier Jerseys as the Muirneag
Hove In Sight.
Daily EDITION.
Friday. May 1:!
ON BEHALF OF FAIR PLAY
No one in this city can applaud the :-  ision of the Victoria aui critics'   it the ti         ��� estrikersi                 lin Victoria.   Itisar
that works .    irds ip on the city.oi thewiti , andontheai    -   I.
It is not merely the bald i o save two men the i
���t t: Pi     ������ Rupert, the iu   orities will make sevi i
���;  Prince Rupert men travel to Vi '"ri.;.   It i- nol me
a sum ������: from five t'i ten ti.-   sand        irs ol Princ<  Ri pi
will have t" be needlessly spei - the trial ..' V'ii toria. It
it    ot merely . tlie d< ������' da ts    th(
side whii .--. foi ..      - *   ��������� wa .-���   .a- I to the i it)-.   It is a
decision, which will operate t      - .    t used mci      mproperly
presei ring theii ��� getting the fairest poss ri ..
There are < .-������- from 1
which a largi   the hearing,
of their ��������� result. All ol I ���    ������������  ��� ��� ----- ire
workingmei     Mosi      them owi g to i e -;riki- have no work
since March Ist.   Man) ol them . iy in searcl
of w-.rk. up ;; '��� ri> ��� ��� Alaska. < Ithers, al gre ii - .* rifii ������
are staying l ���       order to testify on behalf of their    mrades
whom thej believe ..r.- i   t guilty of the      rges against them.
(Tie news > an lown to be held in Vi( ������ ria in
e of June, means i ..--,..    lefence witnesses will
drift awaj out ol town bo that when th- ��� .-���- ire i tiled I        ���   --:
men will be unable to coll�� t their wit; esses.
It is fair tu wy that the Crown has       -    ted to : .   the
ar.d  lr..\.-'   .--....        ��� -      -.t  the
promisi is limiti estified at i     preliminary -ri..:   .
prisoners claim t" ther wil ��� - -..'-   were not called ai
preliminary trial,  rhese it will be -  -    take to Vict ���:.-.-.-
at the prisoi. .   .,-.
Kor the act
Newi has nothing save words ol B instincts
Clarmont  Rooms
Located on Sixth Avcnut .Near Fulton   Street
Three I five minutes from centra of I winesi riistrii-r. Nineteen newly furnished rooms.
Hot   and   cold   water.       Bath.
$4.00. $5.00 and $6.00 per week
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
Englisl and American Billiard*
:-.:--
Second Ave.
Will  .    it Old Lands
On Sunday M . Fred Si .
s wif ��� will  h ,ve on  the
,   .    :.  , ���   s Johnson and his Caniosun   for   England    ���
crew o
e Fish
���>
"i. I
.,      t   I        Macdonald and
his    . -  itchmen  on   the
Muin ��� ���-
���We were in the water forthree
hour" said Johnson
Sews.    "It was a terrible
V .���  all   realise
md
,vho were rescued the Coronation festivities.   During
Maid  when  she the two or thtee months Mi  .. _
Dundas  Island  Mrs.  Stork  are  away,   they will
t are feeling very| visit   Scotland,   Ireland.   Franco
and probably Italy.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICI
in
time
what  a
Skuena Land District-District of I loaat
Range 5
Take notice that I,   Fret! Garton,  of
..Grand Hotel..
r��tm Aa_t\* we had I'rince  Rupert, B.C..  ocoupatii
narri .   . .   . . from Uuitn we nau. ^_ inU.nij910 8pp|y for permission to
iyj.C|         ,  .    Maid turned over purchase the following described lands:
���   ,i,i ,,f lu-r throlieh Commencing at a post plantnl i
ge   ..ut ot Her inroui,!! north eagt Mracro(s
-      m^u 25c .--    We did not know
���  Muirneag saw us or not,
j   wc ti ok off our jerseys and
., ;   ��� ;,���:;;   to   attract   her   at-
The captain and one
���: his fishermen, Magnus Foldick
iof New Westminster.
. clean White
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR   THE   MONtf
J  GOODMAN. Proprietor
north east corner of surveyed lot \*t
Range 5, Coast district, thence north GO
chains to a slough; thence weal 2S
cliains;   thence south 60 chains; t:
east i** cliains to the point of commencement
FRED. GARTON
Dated February 2oth. 1911
First insertion Mar. 11
FARM LANDS
f^y**ti
Bulkley Valley
330 acrei with Hotel. Store at
���-    '
320 acres. .200 acres meadow.      I ,800
The Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY AD-
DRESS IN .SECTIONS 1. 5
AND  6   EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
Skeena River
153 acrei ��� ��� ��� ���      *
-- :���_ i r�� -. 161-2 ten* i
Porcher Island
2*$ acres. Cl       Granted. I
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limta
5���Cond Av* . Prince Rupert. B.C.
Skeeni Land District���Dwtrict <>f < ��� nd
T��ke  notice thlt   William  fctUMOrd I     !';i:..-��
Kupert,   B.   C,   occupation   prospector li
lo  apply  tor  permiaaion   to [mm  thv  [olowini
���:.-���-���:;' .-'l landi:
t'ommencina at a poil plantetl about \W chaini"
south ot the Indian Kmrrvp on th��* >**.-��� f
i <������<���-��� Bay and on the east aide of thf (M
UMOM ����uth HU chains along shore, th��-nc   MM
4U chains to doom Bay, thence north ilo&f
su chains, thence WMt 4U chain- m��r* Of
ixsrt, containinK 320 acres more or lew.
             .   _,                                  luted March fl. Ull.       WILLIAM  MCNPORD
Two Killed and Twenty-seven pub.AprtFI*
TRAIN WRECK
NEAR DENVER
Injured
FELL INTO RIVER
West   Bound    Denver   vV
Grande Train Derailed While
Rounding a Curve Over the
Eagle River.
Sknns Lsnd Di��tnrt��� Diitricl ��!
T��k��   iioiict-   thai   Oti��   J.   Il.namn   o!   Mm
Rupert, H. **.. occup.tion prmpfctor. int.-- i- >
��ppl> lor pfrmitiion to leu* the lollom-ini J.-WM
land.: ,       .   .
Commencing it ��� port pluilcd .bout a a-tirtet
o-      ->t * mile Irom the north wwt conn . I
KlO   i,i��nil on the Mid OilMon lri.nd, thencc wuth 10
ch.iru.   thence e��st  20 ch��m��.   thence norlh in
ch.iia. thence wwt 20 chum to point olcom-
nienC'in.nt. conuinin����0 unv more or lw<.
OTIS J.  BENSON
D��t��d29thMuch. 1911
Canadian Prew Dispatch)
er,   M.i>   11.   The  west'
Skeen. Und Di.trict���DUtrict ol (.�����(
T.ke  nolice thmt   Hume  Uiblnpon  n   I-
ilupcrt, 11. C.. occup.tion muter miri!aa-r,
to .pply lor iiermiMion  to !���-..   the I
,l.*erilH-d l.nd.: .   .
Commencini st ��� poM pl.nted .bout 1'
���um
III., ,-..r   v   Wi.. ( "r .,,,1.. <> i-.   wuth ol the Indl.n Horn on ;!����� MM
1   |lt-|.\t-rCV   Kin 1 iMIKIO pas*   ,;ocw u,yon the ewt tide ol th.l'.-:
U.-r.
��� train No. 1. ��wu denuled ^OTrt&SVh?!!
uhile rounding a curve t*o mile* a^CtftS,-;'
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GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
Townsite
The only Main Line
Townsite in British
Columbia in which
the Grand Trunk I
Pacific Railway Co.,
has announced i s j
joint ownership.    -:
Lots in Elliso :
Tow.site aiid
Rogers Addition For Sale.
SEE THE OFFICIAL MAP
The flrat mill thai   ELLIS* IN .- lo-
of i: : the  Bulk*
'���    ���       rhe Grand 1        Pa ouneed that
I Now,
��� ���!.-������ * that .ia t'. date the
- that  it  lias  any
ther man. line towmlte In British Columbia.   D     that atari
STUDY THE MAP i rill find that Ellison la
-- Igatlon.    That fai I .-
���a- iston to think
isthe Hatelton district covers a
���  ��� ��� ��������� ry direction radiat-
I M        machinery, ore
��� a,.     tOrtS     'af
" ��� ' h miners
, a HUB, a headquart-
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'   ���������   greai  com-
trict, I ltd be vi tereal
; Officials,       I'    a;,',. ..,,,:���
tnougl '. ��� -. .." c        a:'. - reatlga<
��� m and engineering, would know just what they were
doing when they put the roffle    iti m| a ��� Ellison.
STUDY THAT MAP   I desire to say to all parties
ire talking towi   *��� -     ���-.. vlclnltj of Skaena Rivei
and Bulkley Valley that there will n ubl  be several
small towns, Just the sami as one always finda In h mir.-
mir district There will h<: towns In the vicinity "f El-
along branch railways, probably town.- at'the ends
of iirana-ii hia-- n.a.jo t., serve :i,.- mines and the collfi
but It will be history repeating i t _��* * -1 f In r.-i:ari| to tha
building up of every metropolis. Ellison haa every natural advantage, hus every earmark of beintr thi'future
��� antile an'l financial centre of the Skuena River min-
ng district and the entrance to th" Bulkley Valley,
STUDY THAT MAT and you will And that all of
th" mining town? and railroad towns around then |uat
beginning to ba talk"i| about will onlv br f' i d< rs to dtj
pri of ELLISON. The Grand trunk Pacific has pul
mclal ��!am|i on Ellison, Do you believe the company
will do ��.-< much for townsites owned by Individuals as it
will for one In which its stockholder! are joint owneral
If you do, don't buy any lots ir Kllison.    if you desire to
m i) - a permanent Investment, nr merely to make a little
���lui'-k money, you must decide   for  yourself  riifht  now.
Do you propose to follow tbe Individual townsite promoters or the (irand Trunk Padfle Railway Companv.
.-TrUV THAT MAI- If vou desire t.. put vour
money into a real i state promoter's towi site vou will
have many, many opportunities thia aummer. Tlie av-
srage promotoi la f.ll of hurrah anil red tire. He must
enthuse investors of the mail-order class with his wans.
ELLI80N Is in the Missouri class. Therefore, I am not
telling any fairy tales almut it. I am making statements
that can be readily verified,
STUDY THAT MAI'. If you want to join that
great army of Inveators-at-long-range, then vou should
put your money into promoter? tOWnsltet,    If you want
a perfectly <.-it. and sound Inueatment, certain to bring
you large prolits. then nut yur money where the Grand
Trunk Pacific, after years of careful 'investigation,   have
put their money.
BTUDY THAT MAP. It is not likely ti���- Grand
Trunk Padflc will have any other townsite in British Columbia for sale thia year.   The officials of the company
state that tl ompany is not interested iii anv  townsite
m the Hatelton di-trict except ELLISON.
ELLISON ia on the bank of the Skeena at its conlluenee with the Hulkley.     You may change railwav sur
veys, you may change the location of .owns, Imt vou canon! change the gengr.iphy of the country through which
the railway passes. The head of navigation necessarily
means an important townsite. Ellison will not only be at
the hen I ,,f navig ition, hut the centre of a mining district
won P'rful in its res lire'S that is now being opened up,
and for which Ellison will be the ihlppl uu point Loth by
rail and watir. lhe fact that trains may change engines up or down the line or in the suburbs of the town
���if Ellison^oea not emount to shucks in building up a
town when such places are compared with a town located
where rails and navigation meet.
STUDY TIIAT HAP. You will find ���n the official
plan of Ellison that a large part nf the townsite has fotfl
reserved for future sales, the siin,e as the company has
done *ith certain sections of I'rince Rupert townsite
There are. therefore, at this time, comparatively few lots
on the market.    You must hurrv if you want nii,.
STII1Y THAT MAP. -ROOptf' ADDITidN to
Ellison, only a small parrel of land, lies within eight
blocks of the site of the railway station. Lots in tins
are being offered. I am advising n v . lients tn buv Roger! Addition lots ai |180 for Inside lots uidiSSOfor
corners. Terms -10 per cent, discount for cash, or 10
per rent, down and the balance on easy terms, no interest
For Reservation of lots in Ellison, write or wire A. W. Bridgman, 1007 Government street, Victoria, B.C
Land Commissioner, G.T.P. Railway, Winnipeg, Man.     Jeremiah H. Kugler, Second Ave., Prince Rupert
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WE  HAVE  BUYERS   FOR   LOTS  IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agentt for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
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General Merchandise        - -        Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in  Northern  B. C.
-* + r
Water Notice
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that an anpli- . .������. ,���
riitinii will be made under Part V. of I H.pert, h.
the "Water Act,
Will Hold Up Queen Marys Train
SK.-.-iio Land Dutrict���Distrirt A Quoin Churloltu III;.   \| -,;,..,,.
Tuko   notici'   that   QMrn   Friiwll   ol   I'rince i ' ���*���   WM^JOKJ
.     .    . C occupatinn liulchor, Intenda to n(>l>ly i \\V.:liiiiii��f ,.r
11HI11,       to   obtain   a   'or permi-winn to purchase the (ollowing doscnlicd    >w   .iiiiair-iai
<,��� iii the Queen Charlotte Division ' '*'"'
of Skeena District.
liii   The name, address and occupation
of the applicant is George \ oung,
Victoria, B.C
(If for mining purpoaea)  Free  Miner's Certificate No	
ilai   The name of the hike,   stream  or
lourci   ni unnamed, the description
Is) Am Lake and Ain River.
in   The |Hiint of diversion at  or  near
Ain Lake.
lib   Tin quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
iii   The character  of  the  proposed
.\..:���.-. dam, Hume,   pipe-line,  power
engines, plant, etc.
|f|  The premlaea on which the water
!"��� used (deaeribe same)  at or
nesr mouth Ain Rlver.Maaaet Inlet.
Commencing at a post planlisl aliout seven
tiialiaa vv.--i and two ituV. south ���', tlu- mouth ol
Stanley Creek where it empties into Naden
Harbor, (Iraham Inland, thence HU chaina south,
thence SO chains weat, thence hO chains norlh,
thence SO chans eiut to poinl ol commencement
and eontaininit (MO acres morv "r!a ..
Dated March 17, 1911 OBOROE FUIZZELL
Puh. April 7. Numa Demera, Agent
(jueon Charlotte lalanda Land DUtrict���District ul
Skeona
Take notice lhat I, J. C McNah ol I'rinco Kupert, occupatiun general agent, intend to apply
tor perminlon lo prospect (or cual and petrcloum
on tlii, lollowing AseriM lands: , j tliroilKtll   AllllCV  and   ilSSlllllfd   ln-r
Commencing at a post planted at thc so i h-oast I
London.May 12.���When Queen
Mary, attired in her robes of
Btate, moves to her place beside
King George V. in
Abbey on the occasion of their Coronation, June
22, six beautiful young women will
act ;is her train-bearers, In this
matter her Majesty is not following the precedent of Oueen Alexandra, whose traiii was liorne hy
six young pages, when, nine years
ago   slit:   advanced   through   the
west  Ml  chains,  thence  north SO chains,  thence
east SO chains, thence south SO chains to point ol i
commencement.
Dateal March B, 1011. J. O   McNAR |
I'uli. Murch '.*i. Wilsun (luwing, Agent i more or
___*_ "'l^"!"",'3' Z"Z""u<" i V"'""" ii"* throne at the side of Kdward VII
and marked J   Q,  McN.,  s.  B. Comer,  thenee |
The six young women selected
y   Queen   Mary,   besides   being
'ess noted as be.uilies, are
Skw-ia Land District -District ol Coasl Uange V l all    (l.tllgll lei's   of    Earl8,    and    are
'laku   nodce   thut   Jack   lloalford   ol   Kelghley. , .
I Yorkshire,   England,   occupation   oter-lookor,   to" 'representatives   of    l'.llglaud,   SCOt"
((I  The purposes for which the water 8B*.,�� ____t___*. tmmmtm to pnnta* the.     . .    .   .     .       ....
���I.alaelisel   is    fnr   imiwit   develni,   a 'oll,.,w'"�� dmcnlwl lands: lill'.d      1111(1      IleliliUl. 1 llfV     are:
 '   ,"!,,     tor power ne\eiop-1   commencing at a osst abated at apoint la tha        ....... ,
mint and null operations. easterly houndary ol timber limit SS32B and in, l.adv  \ ictortu  ( arrii'glon,  daugli-
,.,... .. I the southerly limil ol lol Ulllfil,  Itange .   Coaat ,        ,
[HI    II    Inr   Irrigation,     describe     tlie j Dislrici,  where  the said  limits  intersect,  tlwne-    HT of   Lord  lll'd   l.adv  t arrillgtoll,
to be irrigated, giving acreage.; ��i��"k the southerly limit oi lot ansa ituasaid . . ...    ,
B     ! and the pioliTtion thereof in an easterly d.  -ctlon   ,{,i\    raaa|aliili!    .<l
.   lhe  late  Oueen
III    lf the water is to lie used fi - HOW- ' su chains mure or  I,--  lo the westerly  lit. ;t ol .
er or mininir niirnoaoa    ilesc.il,. ' Hi..   "ml.er limit 112501, thence in a souihi'riy diniilon   Victoria:        .adv     Mabf      Ogllw,
er or mining purpoaea, aescnot  tin-, ulljn|! ltK |W monlionw| iim_ n ch^ns more   ,      , ,      ���  .   ,
place where tbe water is to be re-1 or la* to taa northerly limit of timber Unit 36776,1 daughter of Lady Airlie a,id  the
turned to aome natural channel,   and ' Ihenc.-in a weaterly direction along the laat men- ��� ..... . i -il    I
theiliir.i-.aiie.. ii, a.llaiaaal.a l���,t.e... ., ll,..   "oned limit 80 chains mun, or Use, to the easterly   laic   I .(in I   Air If,   W IO   W,ls   Killed
ilu nilli lent e in .illitiulebetween UW ��� limit ol lim-bar limit IIKI2U, thenc in a northerly    ,     . ,      , ... ,     	
limit nf diversion and point of return,   direction 11 chaina more or loss to the point ol .during the Boer War;   Lady l-.llffll
Al nr near mouth of Ain Hiver about! commencement. , ,     ,
IN f.it iielliw lake level.        ,aooul j DatedMarch s, wil.          jack Bedford  Butler, daughter of Lord and Lady
Iji   Area of Crown land intended/to be ] _       7 _",���.��� .   ���    , ,-    .��� ' l-iuesborollgll. whose home is on
, ,,,: ,. ,,,, it,     ,,_���,    .    |  ���.   __ ai.keana l^nd District ���District ol Coast lUnge 6
occupied hy the proposed works....   ,    ____, ������tic<, th��� |, c)���a M... _____ ���r i.rt������  	
..      .... Kuiiert,   11.   C.,   occupation  spinster,  intend  to   ~
I-   notice   was   posted   on   tlie I apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing
..f        \.    .  .1       liii  i        1 I! ' A_____m*_W____\   lunda*
Lough Rnie, and who is much of! thus following the ancient custom
an out-door girl; Lady Mary only departed from in 1902, when
Dawson, daughter of Lord and J the Archbishop of York crowned
Lady Dartncy, also a keen lover (Juccu Alexandra, because of the
of out-door sports; Lady Eileen great age of the then Archbishop
Knox, daughter of Lord and Lady | of Canterbury. The Archbishop of
Ranftirly; and Lady Dorothy JYork will this time preach the
Browne, daughter of Lord and Coronation sermon.
Lady Kuiunare. Accommodations will have to bc
Lord Ranfurly is an Irish peer found for a greater number than
and his daughter is a brunette, were present at the Coronation
small aud dainty. of King Kdward, as King George
Lady Dorothy Browne has been has expressed a desire that the
one of thv acknowledged beauties j dominions and colonies shall be
of recent social sessions iu London   adequately represent ed, and from
Thus the preparations for tlie every section of the empire rep-
Coronation go on. Thc mulii- resentaiivvs will be present,
tudiuous details connected with The (Juccn has personally made
thv actual ceremony have been arrangements for places to be
practically settled. The Earl Mar-1 reserved, not only within the
shal, the Duke of Norfolk, and his Abbey but also along the routv
advisers have been fortunate in of the procession, for a number
having the precedents of so recent of persons in whom she  takes a
a year as 1902, when King Edward personal interest.   Some of these
was crowned, to guide them, but are hvr own immediate attendants,
even so, the work has been most and others are humble retainers,
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Slewnrt,  .Sundays,   8.00 a in.
_______
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
, +	
!1
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
as. Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simpson, Nuns Hiver Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor, every  Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and for!
Refuge Hnv, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotle City, Lookeport, IV
t'uli, Jedway, Ikeda Hay, Rose
Harbor ana return via Queen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
connecting with trains from the Padflc
coast operates a frequent and .convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double traek route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets ob-
tainahle from the office hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSGNOBR   ACENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific Railway   ���   B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Princess May
For Vnncouver. Victoria
nnd Seattle
FRIDAY. MAY 12th. at noon
Train for Winnipeg and Tor iq.
to leaves Vanoouver at
��^_ '' a.m. daily
^^^ Imperial Limited for ChtcUO.
Montreal and New Yorl;. BmI train across the
continent, leaves Vaneuuuer daily at 3.4.r> p.m.
Carries rompartrtient obNTVatton enrs. the finest
ear on nny mad anywhere.
Ak'ent for all Atlantic Steamship lines. Tickets
to and from Kuropean pointH.
J. G. McNab - General Agent
���
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :     :
For   all   kinds   of help,   conks, }
waiters, dishwashers, hotel por- j
tors, iili kinds of laborers or me- (
chanlcs, call up )
Phone No. 178
or call at the f
Grand Hold Free  Employment   Office \
Headquarters for cooks s waiters j
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLE8ALE   DEALER8  IN-
Building   Material,    Cement,    Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick.
Pressed Brick
Shingles, l.ath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL DRUUGIST
I'hone No. 200 P, 0.  Box 580
l'HINCE KUPERT. B. C.
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���   IV    I   M.niTrutfnM   *
w. j. McCutcheon
Carries rmnii'eli' staark aaf Driiir*.   Special
Httentiaan laaiil taa Riling lira-h,-ri|,tii)tis.
Theatre Elock phoni no. 79 Second Ave.
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CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Order, in-omptly lill.tl.   Prim t-caaotmble.
OFFICE���H. H. Uorhoiiter. Centre St.     I'hone ��.
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
S.S.  INLANDER
intricate and laliurious.
The actual crowning <>f lx>tli the
King and (Juccn will bc performed
liy the Archbishop of Canterbury,
and representatives of various char-
ties and institutions, who are
fortunate enough to have a "friend
at court."
26th iluv of April, l'.ill, and aiiplica- ��i"*ertlwu land.:
lion wffl l���'���,iul,.toth..(-on,mi.sJioner ^SSSffig W?
on the 20th ilay of May, 11)11.
i'"���!   planteil  at tbo nurth
"j Range &. (*uaat District
Ihence eai��l 40 chaina,  thonce north '.a chaini
thence  west  31  chain' thence nurth  '.0 chaini
lnva' tilt' nailli-j   anil   lullll'i'SSi'S   of   thence went 111 chaini, thenee muth ti chaini to
point   ol   commencement,   containinK   112   acrea
nort or leu.
Uuied April 4, 1911. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Tub. April IU.
FAVORITE FICTION
Water Notice
- r i.  ���    i/- ���     n ��� Notice is ln'tvl'v i-ivi-n that an appli-
Some of It is Known in Prince ration will ho matle under Part V.  of
any iipurian proprietors or licensees
'���'���I r whose lands are likely   to  be
���fleeted hy the proposed works.either
ibove rn- below the outlet.   None.
GEORGE YOUNG,
'���<��. Box 286, I'rince Kupert, B.C
Notk One cable foot per second is
Bill In 86.71 miner's inches.
I'ul'. April 20, 1911. 4w
COAL   NOTICK
Rupert
to obtain  n
Division   of
thc "Water Act.   1909.'
license  in    the   Skeena
! Skeena District
The   Chicago    Tribune   of   late  (a)   The name, address and occupation
DtHBi Und Ulilrict-Dlitrict oi Coaat Range 5   l, ,,.  1,.���,���  ,,������,,III,,,,    ,   (���,.���   .,,.���,. ,,(       of the applicant is  S.   R.  Mcl lintull,
II   lav,   i, ���, ������    Atrent a    W """�� lb"1 Kld"n s- l"!.t��"" �� Ffe                     lollipiling a l�� W   gi ills ol      ^^ Vancouver. B.C.
it.  i.iniisintH, ^\K<-m a Ont.' occupation  doctor,  Intendi  to   apply   lor   f.,,.,���-;t,.    Ii.i ,111 I   ��� < 11 ��� -���     i^    llu>       i,r . ���   ��� .    _. ..,
(If for mining purposes)  Free Miner's certificate No	
(b)   The name of the lake,  stream  or
more or lem, thenee louth 46 chaina more ur leal,    ""���"���'""   "*���*   ���'���*���   ���     ���> "   "���->>������   "> gource    (if   unnamed   the  description
ft^.^i!L^!raSJr5LS!25JS!   tho Tribune: is) Kitsumkalum River.
'Gentlomen, I Failed to Win the ie)  The point of diversion is near the
intersection of lhe east boundary of
lot 1406.
skeena Und Di.irict   Di.irict o< c'oait        kind l'c"li"g'- Tow .'.rd Anybody."     (d|   The quantity of water applied for
Take noiii'e that lllenn McArthur ol \ancou\or,        ....      ��      y I'm Ram Wonl   '      (i�� cubic feet per second) is 140.
Diitricl ot   II.   c���  oecupuilaiii  real   eilile ait.iit   intendi to All.  N lllgltA ,   I  \f  IHV1I   W.ll.l-        �� ��
(e) The cliaracter of the pro|K>sed
works is a general nlant for the production of heat, htfht and |iower, and
the manufactaring of wowl pulp,
lumbers ami timbers federally.
rrmlJiorto'^rchr\r^in, *SS   f^orile    liclio...      EndlOSS
'""^mencin, at a poi. pl.nted at th, aouth-   **'���>*<   "f   <h<' Collector  of   BUCh   llia-
j, > .-..,,.., -I i... i-..' au chain.  t<-ri.il. 1 ��nt here are B few lifted by
HRO
16 chain, mon1 or lei. to poini ol commencement
containinK 14(1 acre, more or lei..
Dated March 111. IIMI     KI.DON S.  DKTWILKIl
Pub. April 16- John Campbell, Auent    \<imin,, |j,���,,   |���,|    |    ||.,.V,.   \���   [,..
*.-'��� ' l.arloiti. Mamli Und Diitricl
>kei'iia
" Haal I. John Mclaial "I Vancouver,
1 toker, inlend lu apply lor perml-ilon
-   liar coal and     -
I Uii.li:
Hlalllv    laar    Ih-T ll al* -laall    taa    | all n'lailM-    t ll��'    (aa||oWlllK      . .a .��'../ V VII     I
SSfihldiSffi mn to Meet \*m lor Years; All I
t'ommenenil al a po.1  planted 40 chaini wTit .. . i       i> . .��� D        IV   ....!
Iielroleum on lhe (ulluwinii   and  SU chaini muth ol the mulhweit corner ol IJllV  Ilie II.lZlHi llll   l> III K___Q  llHIT'
l>il  No.   ITU markiil (ilenn  McArthur'. north- -      T ,,
���*t aaat StUII.
I    Thought    You   Said    You
Omit Diitrit't
'���������   ' - .��� ,., iv l.undil.and Di.trict -DUtrict      '    Tnke notlM thnt Win. I.e.l f Saipperton. H.C.
1,-. ��� ,.   . ,  ^���""""l' .Kacuputl"!! (i'lvernn   'it (iunral, Inti-ndi to apply    -
'��-.,. ���,    i��� i���1 .'��� Joh" Mcleod ol Vancouver. | f���r ,���.rmi..loo to pun nine the followinir deierlb- . ( (Mllllll  I  I )il!lCC.  Ml'.  UroWll.      1 Oil
>ker. mtenal In apply lor  |,.j,���ii. i.aai I ���| _[___,
"   *ml  Hi) chain, to point ol com-
;   '��� c.int.-iii.ii,- (111, acrei, more or leii.
J-. ISU. JOHN McLKOD
��� '��� Clarence McDowell, ARent
*****-i. i hartotU Uandi Und Dlitrict-Dlitrict o
Skeena
ihul I, John Ma | aaul ol Vancouver
Dal.,1 Mnreb JiUh. 1!>11
Pub. April 29th. l'Jll
WM. I.KSI.1K
T. I). Laird. Airent
I'll be insulted if you do."
"Fellow citizens, I shall never do
anything,   if   elected,   that   will
!.,,:,
Skeena Lan.l Di.irict -Di.irict of Queen Charlotte
        Take nolice that Calherine llnrri.on, il (.Binary    niake VOU asllatlled (it  Ilie.
broker. Intend to apply lor permimion Alberta, occupation ipimter, Intendi to apply,
����� lor coal and iielroleum on the lollowini I (or pcrmlwiun lo purchane the lollowini! dmcriiied
I land.: ,,���,(,.
'���H'll at a pont planteal about two mile.
:_ :���*!, niile. wnt til the mouth ol the Tl-el
1 ""irked J. Mc|��� s. W. Corner, No. St
'""li  ��0 chaini,  Ihence eait   80  chair,..
Mil Ho chain., thenc wnt 80 chaini to
i ""iimeiicemenl;    containinu  640 acm,
S-jjytmt
JOHN McLKOD
Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Und DMriet -Dlltriet of Canlar
I !  "'  ln��l I. John Mi-Donald of I'rince
, *���*���. nccupMlotl hiilelkeiper. Intendi tu
' l'"iiin..i.in  to purrhaie thn  followlnit
! anal.:
"" "t ��� lao.t plunteil  three and one-
'< mi en.terly illreetlon from the point
'i where the Lava Lake trail  lieRin.
'ii.il ���.'", ','" "  northerly dlreition  from the
 ""'I. thence louth tt_**_f .hnln..
-"  'hail,.,   tbence  north   811  chain..
'" ehalm to point of commencement,
I, . ' '" :i'-ie..
I'll. .john Mcdonald
.l.i.eph Uelway, Aitent
aar. la |u.
'        a
'* Und Di.lriet-Dl.trletof Caaiiar
1" lhal I Andrew CiimminH. of Van-
occupntion cook, Intendi to applv
Commencini! at a porl planled about b 1--
miln west anal hall a mile muth Irom the mouth
ol Stanley Creek, where II emplie. Into Naden
Harbor, (Iraham I.land, thence 411 cli.lni muth
Ihonco 40 chaini call, thenci' 10 chain, norm,
tbence 40 chaim wiwl to point ol commencement
and cotitalninit lfaO acrei more or lea..
l,'"*,M��rChl7'1!M,CAT..KR.NK.IA.Ut.SON
I'uh Apr. 7. Numa Demeri, Ajenl
Slikine Und Di.trict    IMrirl ���! (a..iar
Take notice that Sydney lloiliikinmn ol   lele-
Itraph Creek, II. C, occupalion cleik. inlenil. lo
apply  lor  iiemiliilon  to  purcham the  lollow
deacribed  land: .    ,
Commencini! al a pint planled about a ounrler
mile north eait Irom Hinder llillle anal on the ea.t
bank   ol   Stikine   Kiver.   thenci'   ea-l   N   chain.
thencn  north  4(1 chain...  Ihence  wi"U   in chnin.
thence aoulh 40 chaini (o polnl of eommencemenl
and contalnine 80 acre, moro or lew.
Dnled Feb. 11, 1011. ,    .,.,.,_,,���
SYDNKV HliDlihlNSON
Pub   Ap-ll 7. CA. Tervo. Altenl
���lar
"Mr. Toastmastor and Gentle*
men,   Ihis  occasion   reminds   me
B.C
UML
"' Mm. in
'liiineneement, contnlninir fill
ANDUKW OUHHINOS
Joieph llelwuy, Agent
of an experience I once had."
"I regret (hat 1 have nol had
lime to prepare an address worthy
of tliis occasion and Ihis audience,
lml I have been loo busy to do so."
"My dear, I can hardly bear to
in�� think of you and the children
leaving me all alone in lown this
Miniiiicr."
The bargain-news In the store
mis is Important l<* all those who
consider    careful    buying    to
Humes and penstocks necessary.
(g) The purposes for which the water
is to lie used   is  power development.
(h) If for irrigation, describe the land
intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage 	
(i) If the water is to be unetl foi power or mining purposes, describe the
place Where the water is to be returned lo some natural channel, and
thp difference in altitude between
Point of diversion and point of return.
rOWtlt plant about W of a mile down
stream from the intake. Difference
in altitude Wl feet.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works is
1!H) acres.
(k) This notice was posted on the fith
day of March, UIII, and application
Will be made to the Commissioner on
the IStfa day of April, lilll.
(1) (live the names and addressee of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affe.'ted by the proposed works,cither
above or below the outlet. None.
S. K. MrCI.lNTON,
���lames Cross. Agent
P.O. Hox2KG. I'rince Kupert, H.C.
NOT!   One cubic foot per  sicond   is
equivalent to 35.71 miner s inches.
I'ub. March 16. 1911.
be
Slikine Land Diitricl -Dlitrict nl <
Take notice that Chrlillan A. Tervo ol Slikine   important.
II  C . occupalion cuitomi officer, iiilenal. lo apply
lor permimion to purcham the lollowini! deictllicl
Commencinii at a poit plnnleal aboiiljll^ch.ln.        ( ;,, ������   ..   *" |��r< ��fl t-lllllll"  HOW   and
Skeena ljind Di.trict    Dlitrict nl Coait
Take   notice  that /,   William   John   ( a.rla.   cl
Prince Ituperl, 11. ('.. occuiiation rancher, Intond
to apply Inr permiailtin lo purchaae tM lollowini!
demtihed lanall: '
Commencing at a ]*.t planteil at the .outhweit
eorner ol Lot :tntiS. !tnm:e '., Coail Dlrtrict. Ihence
LAND  PURCHASK  NOTICE
Skcna Laml Dintrict -Diitrict of (out Kami* &
Ttkt notico that Henry Macartney of I'rinco
Kuj>ert, M C-, occupation miner, intenda to apply
for iHTmiiuion to purchaae the following ilescrilx'd
landa:
Commencing at  a  poat  planled  on  the Mouth
aide of Kxchumaika Hiver. alwut 2 l-'-l milea from
ita conlluenee with  the Skeena Hiver and ahout
1-2 milea weat from Kxchumaika rapida, ihence UU
ehaina north,  thencv 40 chaina eaat,  thenco ; I
chaina aouth. thenco 40 chaina weat to i��>ini t
com mence ment,   containinu   ;i20   acre*   more   or
low.    I'oat markvd "II.M. S.W. cor."
Dated April 22, IUll.      IIKNHY  MACARTNEY
Puh. April 29.
Skeena Und  Dimrict    Dintrict of Coaat
Take  notice that   1.   William   Melville Corley
uf   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupulion   clerk,   intend
to apoly for permhwiun to purchaae the following
d<  i-rii'nl landa:
CommencinK at a po��t planted it the northwe-t
corner of I^it ;iu.��.">. IUik ft. Coant Diatrict, thence
eaat mi chaina, thence north 10 chaina, thence went
20 chaina to llell'a (iaie alouKh, thence along
alough aoutherly to [mint of commencement, containing lt>0 actra more or le-��.
Dated April 0, vn i
WILLIAM     MKLVILLK COHLKY
I'uh. April 19.
Skeena Und District District of Coaat lUnge B
Take notice that I, Chnrlea A. Vaughan of
I'rince Hupert, It. ('., occupation merchant, intend
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae tho following
de��cril>ed lantla.
Commencing at a ixiat (hinted on Ihu aoulh
hank of KitchunKika Hiver and uhout four mlh-a
from ila contluonre with the Skeena Hiver, thenco
Ml chaina eaat, thenco M chaina north, thenco KO
chalna weal, thence Hi. chalna aouth to point of
commencement, containing (110 acrm more or leaa.
D.n.-d \|.r.i l'|. 1"M CHAKLKS A. VAt (SHAN
I'uh. April 29.
Skeena I 'mil District -Diatrict of Coaat Hange fi
Take notice thit I, Frank Ilicka of I'ort Ka-
tington, occupation merchant, intend to apply
for permiaaion to purchaae the following deacrihed
landa;
('ommencing at a poit plantod on the aouth
bank of the Kxchumaika Hiver nnd ahout four
milea from Ita conlluenee with the Skeena Hiver,
thence 1*0 chafna weat, thence 80 chaina north.
thenc* M chaina eaal, thunce aouth ��0 chaina
to point of commencement, containing fill) acrea
more or leaa.
Dated April 21, mil. FHANK  HICKS
I'uh. April 29.
Skeena I��nd Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Hange 6
Take notice that Mary Maragret Oillia of Victoria, It. ("., occupatiun houaekoeper, Intenda to
apply (or permiaaion to purchaae the following
������*���*< ni"'-! landa:
Commencing at a poat planled at the north eaat
corner of Ut 3987, thence 20 chaina weat, thenco
20 chaina aouth, thence 20 chalna weat to T. L
32597, thence about 80 chafna norlh tn Ukelae
Hiver, thence meandering aaid rivor up atream In
a aoutheaat erly direction to Ukelae Lake, thonce
meandering aaid lako to point of commencement
containing  160 arrea, more or leaa.
I'oat marketl M. M. w*. N   K. Cornor.
Dated Keh 14, 1911.
I'uh. March 4.
MAHY MAHGAHET OlLLIfl
.  . . FOR . . .
HAZELTON
Saturday, May  13
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
Fruit    :   Produce
WHOLESALE
Feed
Sr Rochester &
f ,7   x Monroe
'; Ladysmith
l     '���$ Coal
\^   Phone ns
=^E.   EBY   C__   Co.^
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
H. H. Morton
3rd Ave.
W. L BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Ollice.
MUNRO   &   LAII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
SfUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- auditors
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  member*  of  the order iii the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON, Secretary.
ALFRED  CARSS,
of iia,i,..I, Column*
anil Miinitolin llarn.
C. V. BBNNBTT, B.A.
of B.C.. Ontarl.a. So��-
kiitrhcwnn   *r I   Al*
iirrUi Harp.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ollice���Exclinniti'blnck, corner Tliinl nvenur nnd
Sixth itrift. Prince Ruuert. 8
F. W. HART
UNDKHTAKKH &  KMHALMKK
STOCK   CilMI'I.KTi:
LAND  LEASE  NOTICK
wm. s. hall, l. d.s., u.d.8.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work n Specialty.
All dnntnl OMnthmi akilfully trrntwl. Qtl find
loonl annathcUrn rtdmlnlatrrwl f"r thr pnlnlraa ox-
trnrllon of tn<th. Conaullntion frw. OffleM]
Hflvcrann Blou, Prince Kunert. Ii-lii
HANDASYDE   CU,  HURT
AtlBNTS   FOR   BTKKI..   MAflllNKItY
...AND   OONTBAOrOM   HUri'LIKS...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodical* :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS   ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
FOR SALE
p. o. uox n
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
north went ill���the nwUMitii warelioii"" ���' s,'k"l)1l
B.  C,  theneo  went 20 chnln".   Ihenw mull   ill
ch.in%them-ociH  20  chiiln.    llienw  ""�� - - ....���,. I ol commencement, eonlaining SO ncre,,  niofe or
chaina lo point ol commenwment nnrl cnnmininK   ;((js f i < >f 11    I h(;   1 l;l||y   iNl'WS III   yOUrlbgl
l..���-     u III,  mtna .-li.......I rlnulfinrl ]**__*_   20 chnina.  thmw  mat  40 chain', thence
llll'      Willi  MllllO ( lipped  ( I.ISMIIfd | n?r,h 20 chalna, thenw weat 40 chains lo i"'inl
���III acrea more or leaa.
Hni.a.1 Feh. 13, 1011.
Ill  /ir 1
CHRISTIAN A. TERVd
purse.
I liateil April K, 1911.
I'ub. April 2��.
WILLIAM JUHN roKI.EV
CoUtLandDiltrlOl District nf Skeena
Tnke notica that I. I'aiil Brendler. of
I'nrclier Islund. occupation farmer, intend to npply for permission to lease
Ilic following foreshore: Commencing
at n posl planted ahout 12 feet from the
location post of lot 1301 on Porcher Is- j ���i,��- �����' ������� ���'"""*. *m., a.r.a.m.,-|.on., enh
lnnd, Ihence  in a  southerly  direction
following  high water mark 1200  fett; \ -
thence west to low water mark; thence i
northerly   following  low  water  mark j
1200 feet; thence east to point of com- j
mencement.
PAUL BRENDLER.
Dnted March 7. lilll.
First insertion March 11
Lots 5 nml ll. Block 28.
Section 1.
$3000. 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 3 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
GEORGE LEEK
BOWLING,
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECT1UNS ANI1 REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
,��*M>*t*��fc*M��ttk*ttMtMtMt**l>!
BILLIARDS
and POOL
a 4 AHeya. 7 Tnbloa.     A  kikkI exer-
|i clac.    A clean aport.    Ladlea every
tt ftfterniHan.     Nownmn   Block,  be-
M tween (1th und "th Sla.
W TF.n MolllllHON.     Proprietor and Miinnirer
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Al THE    DAILY    N E WS
...THE ...
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared lo answer il
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KNOCKING
RECIPROCITY
The Interests Got Busy Before
the Senate Committee
Classified
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.  .-- md irorktr. landlor   i : "���   :~ "���";  ,    ,,"
1   put ttd* modern convenience ir.       ���    '   ����������������'���>��  N*"'s win  reauci   n��
rat* to   > noml of a e��?nt a word p.
Hen    -     ii  ClastiRed Advertising Colu I
Advertisements
��� | .       iin th     .--  ���   titament
id a    ' ol        meet oi
Newi will  redu ������
: '.' n charge of 28 cent*,
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FRESH FLOWERS
Pi
George tomorrow nitemoon
nt columns,
THE   ARCTIC   STUDIO
i ir,.- ,*., I Avi    :. 80 thStraet
���    .
BITTER OPPOSITION
Big Union of Farmers from the
Agricultural States to Be
Brought to Make a Protest.
Democratic Senatois Make
Good  Fight.
���    I ..-:..:-    Set-
.    -���        ounced I   la)
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
+.���
i
Lost and Found
1
KNOCK-OUT BROWN
VICTOR
THE
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C. B. WARK
Jeweller
Press '. -
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Farmers from   the
���    fisha from
Hi " ' .--..   .        . .
erenl   kii -  ;   ������
ori      '     -' -    gainst ���. -  --
For Rent
7 i
Electric
For Freer Trade
-     gton.   The  Demi
rs  ar       .  ri  .
ine   the   I
u ,'   the  free
n
A COMBINE
IN LUMBER
Pacific Coast  Amalgamation
Announced
W. G.  MILES AS  MANAGER
Three  of  the   Largest  Lumber
Associations    in   the   Pacific
Northwest Are in the   Latest
Thing in Combines.
Kupwt, il. c, occupation c.
 a^H*rmtMx>n to purch&ia -.-.
farming states. ���< �� �� po�� -.
from it., muth ����t taetm
. th*ne* ,'j c-i
***_*   |i   _���_
et*t___~_m__mi;   contain;-.
Imm.   P.��t narked Ll. M.. -
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' '��'.aT  C*tl  111 I I      MM      |   .     JaJ   !���!> ||)g    '���
'.. .��� irlnf Mtlsfactory tm*.
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A ��n-.��ll nun of money on -n.i Avonuo.
I ..��� ��� Bl        -���-: ���
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- ��� a ; ,- . :��� .���-
Ktt* lhat I Hu*t
; ��'. .-r.  lat.,.-pr
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.   Rl a pott   |
��� ��� ���* an pai'.crl, i
a St*. Hi-.tr mr.tr* thc I.
t^iI* in a north-
-j :  Lava Lakp mn.  ,,.
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���  *������:���.  .nun, to [
��� . ��� .   acrea.
int* r.t__ :.������.:
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For Rent
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t a r -    ��� ���'     : a   ���      f 1 .:.,,.      Ap| ay   1.....
; j.ny. 1 5-1 ���
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Got Decision  Last  Night  Over
Tommy Murphy at Seattle
, Press Dispatch)
I;.  - \|aj   12.   "Knock-oul
I; alifornia fighter, k"1
a Jerisi' a  ten  round  boul
vei i ommj   Murphy  lasl
$3200 !
Huys   Iiin
... ,,    ' "f Fruit
and vegetable land hi Kit
���elaa.   Half mile from Railway,   Fine
ealiin itirluileil.
$1875 B
mile from the Railway,
75 1*8 wrei of l-'niit
at  KlUela*.     Half
XI tesl lind this spring
;a o.. Str  ���   & Garfield  Water-
$700
Huys Rooming House on 3rd
Ave.   Nine furnlihed roomi
all rented.    A snap.
RaaMkl      ----- ��� .. ,-   I a . .-     ,     '      ,    .     _       _ _,_   t_.
Ai.i'iy Fr.na-. i. > prool Boo .   uet into a pair be-
Bl   ��� :-: D GIIXIS
Agtnt
-.-���;. LirdDiitntt-Di'-:
��� -��� ���    ���  _t*   that   Ed;-.-   Alia
l*-eC.    Wkihir*.   Enjlar
: -
.... along
*���i lot 35 chains raor�� of .���** ' ���  '
limit   c!  Ln: is^5. K��rJ�� '. e -������    ����
���ut ..erf :bt loutblriylir
- lini  to   A   poi: ���
r*..   iireetxr. 35    ehwrj
���������      ..t.i:   ol   lot  V?���:.   :t*r.e��
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II i*t ol cooun*r..-���-- train*
*"'      EDITH    . :.E CROWTHER
.,  ishll gtoi       ind    Pob. MirchiS.
M ;.  12.���A
ts ma iy that 1
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M��y i-lmo
I, ono front room, hot
batht   Th# RaoUad. Th.irJ av*r.u^.
+ _, ^
fore the rus
&Co., Thin
i.   See Scott, Froud
I Ave.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY'
Wanted
 +
i
0. M. Helgerson, Limited,have
several houses with bath for
rent.   Phone 96. lOG-tf
$250
$500 J
House.    1
$800
���     '.   V
im Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
Farmers Are Afraid
stem   '
���   .--     n     5 are i     e coi
with   \V    G    Miles   ���
s ma    . -
S intnl U.-.1 Datriot -    ��� ::c. ol C*ui��r
T������ notiw tri: I. I'.
G. C. Emmerson
Br^r*^fi*^*^^>^*^^i**'^*^**��^fw*/^��%^i)^>MNi^/��^��w*l
WANTED
+.	
$3.00
���4
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II
ion. I in*. Part
Oregon Nursery Compam
+ +
Correct Styles
in Men's Hats
^ For Spring...
$5.00
Rup*.n. B. c . c<cup��tio-
*:; ..���   (��� r   j^rrr.uMon  to
C��mBModfiff ��*. a pott
I :_* Bor
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- ��� rr.ot* oc ;-nm.
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P.:. Apri T
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H	
Bakery   Lunch.
m��.    basement
 |r..'
lu ner** �� work; alaoi
1...-..-. I   ���:
**. -    ���  ��T��iher at ooca.   As
-. Raalty aad Inaaimac* Company.
\   '.'*���������-   ti* ;       One who  ca-
A: ; Un
iTa.aadHajriOovaOrtW, :���:'.
WaltarwaatadatCantnl HotaL : ���������:
���v mud    A:: ��� at Optim'��t (>���! ���
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A; ; Mn    V    it   Cher..   Pnatl
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****** ******
Houses Wanted
While  Mr.  i ieorge  Lot k   in   \-
-���: ding the Coronation,
-   i -- will be looked aftei
Mr. Harry M. Birch who has
.  tntecl power >i attorney.
Scandinavian  Dance
jjn.i.iun liulien of Prlnca
. alanc in the K. "f P.
RllpITt
Hull on
Buys store uml House on the
main street at KlUelaa
Buys   Furniture  and  Lease
'or two years of Tei Room
Toilet and bath.
Cash   First payment ,,��� .?;,.
20u Rooming House, 25x I'm,
2 story ami basement. Balance payS
able (100 monthly.
1[70C Buy* Furniture ami :i I ���-.'.,, u
���pit-O  |t,aso uf Rooming Hougein
lection 1.    Kent $-l"i per month
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$1Q00 Cash bllys 2 rtoryRcom-
tflifVV inif House Ht Kltaela*. 47
x Tn.   Accommodate* no people.
Per Acre.    15." 1-4 acre*, with
buildings included at Brecken-
ridge Landing, (mile 85.)
$ 1 O   Per Acre.     422  acres  in  the
$50
famous Lakelse Vail
j H0UMsWantedj(Saturday,  May  13th $50 ��
HOI -; -   WASTl:!' -I   ���
���   - ���
rillll Itln*      a       ���
at 8.30 p.m.
_______   eJ'-
Acre. Just a nice little
arm of 80 acres. Houic and
farm buildings included in acre price,
1-4 mile from railway.
%m_0
{fart**
Correct Styles
in Men's Hats
For Spring...
���  1'.
...
. H BKLWAV
^***m***-*m*J***mm
''.  '������
Board Wanted
I BIC BY TIIK KAOFPUAM ORCHESTRA     <��ASK  UNCLE JERRY'
$17,500
���   :   ���
+ ^.^. +
Fire Insurance
+ 4.
Vll the style* thai .- I thai
-
__*t_Ft*ft*f*tt_*tt%t_st\_'__*._\0- a ���*��� a * ________________________
_t tm^mmif ���*t~w**W*W m****^**** WW m***m*m~*r W ���***���* *r ~
FOR   SALE
��� ���
���
H. E  ROSS. I
Print* Rupert
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR'11
Martin O'Reilly 2nd Ave.
��^>^^<>V|y��iMI  *m*lfltmm*^f*��tm^mm*^f**\^*m1^mm^ftm^/mjn&
Our SPECIALS For Tomorrow
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PEC! A .      ���<*..*���
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Situations Wanted
:
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������Idaxn fallf.
Witt.
.     thi
FRESH RIPE STRAWBERRIES
For Sui       aften       tea-part] Strawberrie*  and Crean
will rri��k.- it a succ-j--.
FRESH SPRING VEGETABLES
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a f��mii> ar b
CARPEST1
Mar. tl
;. r. B���
Tikt   ���   ' c#   thtl   ;'a   a- -:Ct   o(
r   rt* ... *������ ', oceupa'.wn wainr. inUn-i��
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Al^*l%    ��^4l%.H^tII^H'^<��^.lV.��^l��^.<^I.H^
Boarders Wanted
'. ��� ^.r-..'.r '.   putr.M* t'.t I'll mlr.j    I '
f��i,W^I����ll��IIM%l,��|l��,^im.l^^
It I l'-l pUr.w-i ' j cl-Aift* lAUth
Ci   p Lett   ������. H. ������ ��� Grown Tomatoes
our lu   :. these laj -.
���
All artic ilar people at popular ;
Ideal Provision House,
 j ��outh
a-        .       .,--        ��� I LOt ��� '.C*   ''I
uni
, ;a.ir.t   .1
Ol
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.-     : lU.'.'AMIN Rl *<*._ RICE
\t*_ m��il<   UM   nirrly   f jr-
A. . I .'       ���
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r *******       11    ���
'.I       -      I M       ' .
���
+ a^	
Huys live, going I   '
Five years lease. Cash
balance In one and two year*.
Huys 5 room llam.-a- in
section ti.   Easy t<-r:i.-
f payment can lie arranged.
Double  Apartment
otise in section li.   I. ���*.: ���
an be arranged.
Iiuys  Nine   Room
2500
payment can
$6000 ��
1111 In- an iti
$5500
with baaement, hoi
eiil'i water, and modern convei ii
Time payment* arranged.
���nil
(CIOA   Buy* elega
"PJIOV   Bungalow;
���^ant  eight n
foiii-:'..
3ath, al! modern convenience*.
room   11 ��� -
tfjOAA   Buys   five
ipjUU  \i,.rt.M   |^^^^^
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$97ftrt   Buy* I room House in set
<p��fUU   ,j���;,.-,.     Modern  c
iences including bath.
^9 AAA   Iiuys 7 room House ii ������
<P J\J*J*J   tj,,,', s,    Modern com
Huys  two story House, ",
rooms, in section one
month will rent a 60-fo il
store on Second Avenue.
$2625
$50 I
"ASK UNCLE JERRV
$100
THIRD AVENUE
Near 6th Street
PHO,\E  190
I C   //. ORME
B
I ht- Phrutt I.
PHONE
H2
m\\
This is Our Treat
**r,al.*r,'! I' -"   ���-l,t.*.r.e: ���'. Cm.*. t .. ________M _______________________________ _, .   ...
���a ... .Money to Loan tl n ..     ���^        , (1000
' I   tz_.___-.__     D^___t.__i* "Pivwu
��� ; Darteii r ocket : __ __ ���
t____f_V.i____**,__    I*' H-"-U')>.rt,.-m-ti-.��,illin.|y..utlie mon-
.> with ��hich to put rour Man intuvfTwt.
���   -ait <* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
_________________________ t_ |    M     .
juke Walter      \ Keal estate
���    H    ��� v..r.t     *
t   ���  *
���   *' *' I T_\ %   T*    __      * I
LE3UEe,Walter      ; Keal Lstatc
.... 1
lllllllla
���    Dittrtet of Co��it
Taki   i iht* Mn   L. C. I'utnam  ot St
iul,   Mil .' ��� D   rr,arn*-l   uomati ��� .
\ ad adnrtfMiMttl i* a r*al Mtatf ��alra-
mmn.  M
IR  thf nrt f
;fred. stork
i
���
Gennrul  Hardware
Builder*' Hardware
Valves A P : i        Oxford Sto
Graniteware      Tinware
SECOND
��...
AVENUE
���       t       ���       *      f
Hotel Central &�����:
fmm Bl.rk
���
Prnpn
��� ASK  ME . . .
,v '���'"' wanl  tn buy -.r sell
REAL ESTATE
^^^^^ INSURANCE
ArriDFNT    I'-"""��� "f'T l.al,-
/\UV-IL��L1> 1 nm,   ,	
Low Premium*, Prompt Settlement
Ila , -.
>nd a\..
r.o.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Uox TM    Office! Exchange
The Daily News has ;i little business deal with
the publishers of the B. C. Commercial Review whereby twenty subscriptions come
our way.
We only need one for ourselves���we have nineteen to give away.
The R C. Commercial Review is a business
man's magazine, published fortnightly, subscription price $2.00 a year.
We think it is the best commercial magazine on
the Coast, and every man should have it.
We could say more, only we are not paid for advertising the Review.
But to be brief we will give a year's subscription to the Review free to the first nineteen
merchants who send in a year's subscription
to the  Daily  News, either new or renewal.
i::i
indu    ______________________________M
Ct*)T; ��� ,,--.:������.-    .thaw!
.  rearo(LotN    '.'       ��������������� i Mn L i    Putt��m*i
patxbmtii r -Ttm, ������-'-*   mm   10 ehftlM, ih*r.r��
|0 chaiM   tltMM oait  40 dMdM, thenw
���   r ���-  -    ehalm to \**\ of commennsraent, con
.-  120 acroi more or,���"
Date<i March 20 It'll.
Pub. At>ril I').
i   ��� ���   block IL itetJafl *.  Ifj
MIU, L. C. PUTNAM
'*eo. R. Putnam  Ajen
Ttka notlet that 1 **mtm l>evick of prince Rufwrt
i!.  '...  MCUpfttioi   BtfC,     ir.t ndi    fj  apply  fof
-ion   to  purchaw the  followinK  ij<-ncntwd
, land.*:
(.'ommencing  at  a  Mat   planted  on   shore  of
8 i OflAlnf north ea<t frnm outlet
lid   lake   fLftkfflH   II.vit .   thtDM   2D   chains
rth,   -hf.nc*- atK��ut  f.*i  chains  ea��t   tt   I^kcUp
I-ake. thence meamJenr.K ***,\t\ lake *hf*n -n a ��Mt-
���:Iy dlMCtlon to point of commtnetmant:   con*
���Hiring 80 stCT-tf*, mora or \ma.   Po��t matkrl O. 1*.
Datei Fab. 11, 1911. GEORGK LKVICK
Puh. March 4.
*.'*.!�����,.�����, < ��� and II monUia.    I>-t -i-. i
\. ;       ���     >*\m'**rT, P.O.  Itox&M.
1
Wj ha.f * good bolMInt lot within a Modi of Me-
Second Ave. luMf
*>********.*
r
Every 20th Century Brand gnr-
tiai'iit ii made witb the .���������Ifbrat-
"l Harti'll patent pocket It
li -ii conitrueted tlmt saKtfinR
i" Impoulble. It is a ilmple
device lml very effective, anil
yam have ilic tattafaction of
knowing tlmt your porkrtu will
ilwayi keep tinir ihape.
Thi> li Imt one nf tin' triHiiy
merits of theee One gamu nta.
see thim before ymi buy.
Per month.   Weareofferi i
for rent a line Store on S
ond Avenue, '_r> x 17.
Huys fine  Storehouie on
Third Avenue,
IVr   month   rents   Stun-  I   I
Living Room on Fulton St
Office* for Kent in the Banking Diitricl
$35
���I
ASK UNCLE JERRY"
ectlntl D
Lot on Summit Ave,
1400.00
Seel a���i 7
2 Lots on 9th Avenue
$260 ..ach
John Dybhavn   Eulunn, Block
m
SNAPS
si
SNAPS
Phone in Your Reservations to lhe Daily N
FIRST COME
ews
'Phone 98
FIRST SERVED
VICTORIA
U'NCH   AND   m.A
1-unch  15c
-COMB AND IBB-
YOtT TAN  QVT A  HgiTAHK  MF.Al.  ANY  TtMl
CAFE
l.fl AT At.!.   HOUM
Menl.  2Bc  Up
���thiy ....
M'-llat�� C.
H      IdOoodl
$800
.*:i:.".ii.
$840
  $550
For sale        j Sloan & Company ^600
Huys lot in section 1.
terms   for  liulancc.
v...--
Price
Fo
,r<a|aa,.;tia,n which will icivp t, "t^aaly
m-anthly Incaariip. f.t, cA!��h haiaallr" it. Il.l.
* Secc.nil Avi-. I>��� -tf
    Rwmia tai Ia* let.     Apply Mr,
Kvjen. Tth Ave, nnd Tuyl'ir Ht. near Summit. M
^.^ +
( ftCC. ttt���m-A i
Office Wanted
Waiitfil  tu hlrp,  .'a j,11 .|. a. a jr, a.tli. .���
I'll  1|..�� 757.
Apply   ta,
KM(>3
S. O. E. B. S.
Huys lot in section  6.    This
is a snap for cash.
Huys two  lots  in  lection B.
Kasy terms.
Huys lot in section ti.    Price
$102.r).   Good terms on bal,
Huys lot in section 8.    Ptie*
Price $850.
The  I'rin.f   lliip.-rt Lnilico. No. :il-. Sa.ni. a.f
KnRlanal. mepts thp firitt anil  third Tupsdayv  In
pach mainth In thp CnrppntPi-f Hall, at H p.m.
t, V. CLARK, Spc.
P, O. Ilitx '���III. l'rincp lliiprrl
FOR  RENT
I ><i per month will rent fine
newly bum ipartmtnt house
three Tories blah, containing
rooma op upper Boon, |{���ri,,r
tion. bath and living roomi on
ground floor.   MuaflS Xn,_
lloor.
ne fiiiiv appreclaUd.
opportunity for hotel
iiiK house.
Bpeclal
or room*
i Co-Operative Real Eitate Co
1 ASK t'NCI.K JKUIlY"
$5.00 to $111.00
All Out-Doors
Invites Your Kodal{
Koilnk means progreulve p!,.,,,.
ure; the pleasure of taking the
pictures, pint the greater pleai-
ure of possessing them,
educational ili-nai-tnii'iit
your disposal.
Our
- at
THERE is an increasing demand for
dwelling houses and apartment!,
Anyone having houses and apartments
for rent to be vacant at any time In the
near future should list them with Ul ll
: once as we have many demands hy mall
from parties who desire to secure quart-
ers by the time they arrive here.
I AM daily asked my opinion us to the
permanent values of real estate In
Prince Kupert for investment. To all
such enquiries 1 honestly state that any
I'rince Kupert properties, at iiresenl
valuations, are a good investment,
but I advise my clients who nre desirous of taking advantage of "snaps" to
invest only where offerings are made ��t
much below present market quotations,
U
^^^^^^^^ ��� cash for investments Kood properllei at from 20 to -ID
per cent, below the market by careful
watching of fluctuatlona and chancei
���"��� "ur stair. If you have cash for investment and are looking for real bargains call in and talk it over. I can
show you how to make quick prolits.
VJt- are uiii,' to pick Up forourcllenti
who have ready cash  for invest
McRae Bros., Limited Jeremiah   H.  Kugler

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